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This week in #DevOps (15/12/2015)

Posted by Laura Bria on Thu, Dec 17, 2015

Welcome to the 53rd edition of #ThisWeekInDevOps !
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of DevOps.

New Content

CICD

The technical team from Conjur put together the , a document containing good principles to be applied on each component of a CI Pipeline.

CLOUD

AWS

gave an example of how to use the machines.

AWS introduced the feature which allows users to create routing policies for their DNS records.

Another feature launched by AWS is . You can now create Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) that make use of encrypted EBS boot volumes and use the AMIs to launch EC2 instances.

discussed the differences between the AWS AMI Virtualization Types: .

Another useful post from Vineet explains the features offered by Amazon’s web application firewall service.

Joyent

Drew Miller and gave us a preview on managing containers and VMs together with .

OpenStack

explains how PayPal migrated to the .

CLUSTER ORCHESTRATION

DCOS

posted part II in the series on: Service Discovery and Load Balancing with .

Nomad

shared a post on , the cluster manager and scheduler designed for microservices and batch workloads.

CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

Puppet

Rafal Rzepecki blogged about using .

CONTAINERIZATION AND VIRTUALIZATION

Docker

The series of videos from DockerCon Europe continues with:

Flocker

and compare for creating Docker Volumes with and without Flocker.

Weave

wrote about building a for Weave Scope using Kubernetes.

OS

CoreOS

explains what means to users of CoreOS and beyond.

MONITORING AND LOGGING

blogged about .

Datadog

posted a series on monitoring Amazon ElastiCache covering:

posted a series about monitoring OpenStack Nova:

Logentries

posted a blog about Hystrix metrics with Logentries.

Loggly

Andre Newman covers the pros and cons of a few for container deployments and then takes a look at what’s in the .

New Releases

| The release includes:

  • CRL Revocation Checking for Certificate Authentication
  • The default Policy for tokens
  • PKI Backend Enhancements

version 1.0

0.1 enables the Hadoop YARN resource manager to run as an Apache Mesos framework.

| The release adds the ability to get a terminal for your Docker container in your browser and more.

| Release includes upgraded Mesos to 0.23.0 and more.

Events

| February 10 | NEW YORK

| April 19 - 21 | Salt Lake City

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That is all for this edition of #ThisWeekInDevOps. You can get in touch with me directly via email or on Twitter () with any DevOps news or content. Tip: Tweet about your content using #DevOps.

Also if you are interested in the latest Scala news you can check Petr's blog post: This week in #Scala 14/12/2015).

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